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A coastal view from the Pembrokeshire Coast Path

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09/04/2015
Pennine Way
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Credit : Damian Hall
Words & pictures Damian HallI envy people who can say the Pennine Way goes right by their house – as half the northerners I know claim...
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20/03/2015
Thames Path
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Regattas Festivals and Events
Just a quick blog to let you know that one of our partner organisations The River Thames Society has produced a Festivals and Regattas 2015 what...
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04/03/2015
South Downs Way
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SDW before surface improvements near Meon Valley Trail
It’s not officially Spring yet, but there is spring in the air around the South Downs. Crocuses and Daffodils our out in many of the...
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24/02/2015
Thames Path
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Hello again, don’t know where the time goes, it only seems like yesterday that I was writing the winter blog and now spring is just around...
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24/02/2015
Pennine Way
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Pennine Way 50th logo
Britain’s first and best-loved National Trail is 50 years old on 24th April this year. There’s lots of activity planned to celebrate...
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11/02/2015
Peddars Way and Norfolk Coast Path
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View from Beeston bump back to Sheringham
On Monday the 26th January, I walked a part of the new section of coastal access linking the current Norfolk Coast Path with the section of...
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26/01/2015
South Downs Way
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This time of year is interesting. Christmas is over and people are looking ahead to adventures to come. Enquires about walking or riding the...
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Steve Westwood
Last weekend I took part in the Spine Challenge – 108 miles of the Pennine Way from Edale to Hawes with 60 hours. Along with its bigger...
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16/01/2015
Offa's Dyke Path
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Chirk Castle has been occupied as a castle and stately home fornearly 700 years. The area was awarded to Roger Mortimer, who was the Justice of...
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24/12/2014
South Downs Way
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The run up to Christmas is always busy. There is a rush to get projects finished off and loose ends tied up before everyone breaks up and lets...
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